HC Deb 08 January 1942 vol 377 c52W
Mr. A. Edwards

asked the Minister of Information why the British Broadcasting Corporation have refused to allow the expression of views opposed to vaccination and inoculation; and whether they have considered the right of the parents who object to these operations to have their arguments against them given the same publicity as is given to the statements in favour of them?

Mr. Bracken

I have consulted the Governors of the B.B.C. and I understand from them that in their broadcasts on health subjects they have felt bound to give, such advice as is generally considered to be correct by the main body of medical opinion.